>>> I assume that we will be rebasing u-boot to the just
>>> for F-22? But I was wondering if there is any chance we can jump to
>>> v2015.04 ? The reason I'm asking is that things are progressing
>>> quite rapidly on the u-boot side, at least with Allwinner SoC support,
>>> I've just send a pull-req for v2015.04 with the following highlights:
>>> 1) Improved sun6i (A31) support, including support for the A31s variant
>>> automatic assignment of a SoC serial based MAC address for ethernet
>>> 2) Full sun8i (A23) support including DRAM controller init and SPL, so
>>> people can boot these boards using a full FOSS solution
>>> 3) Many improvement to the graphical console support, automatic selection
>>> of the native mode for HDMI/DVI monitors via DDC + EDID, LCD panel
>>> VGA output support
>>> 4) Preparation work for OTG controller support, together with 3) this
>>> u-boot on tablets effortlessly. The rest of the OTG support is going
>>> through the usb tree
>>> And if possible I would like to see this end up in Fedora 22 :)
>> An initial build of 2015.04rc3 will be in rawhide tomorrow, so please
>> test, I've enabled a few extra new devices and I'll be reviewing the
>> rest of the new devices over the next week or so.
>> Please test, once it's settled down and we're fairly certain all the
>> usual suspects haven't regressed we'll move it into F-22 before beta
>> starts to get locked down.
> I noticed that -rc4 has also been build, so I've given that a test-run
> on sunxi instead:
It's not headed to F-22 just yet as there's an issues with distro boot
for a few devices (likely I've screwed up the patch rebase for
i.MX6/TI devices. Once that's confirmed as fixed I'll pull it back for
> From a sunxi pov this build looks good.
> Talking about enabling extra boards, from a sunxi pov I would like to
> see the following enabled:
Most of those were on my todo list :)
> Common / widely available dev-boards:
> Orangepi (*)
> Orangepi_mini (*)
> Common / widely used top set boxes:
> Common / widely used "hdmi sticks":
> This leaves some special dev boards (official allwinner devkits
> mostly), some uncommon top set boxes / hdmi sticks, and a bunch
> of tablets. I would like to eventually enable tablets, but atm
> without otg support being upstream they are not really usable yet.
> Once we have the tablets usable, we should probably just do
> a grep in configs/_defconfig for SUNXI and just enable all of them
> to avoid having to manually keep a list. I'm fine with switching
> to such a grep right away.
Got a patch for me to look at?
Nope I've not looked at the Fedora u-boot specfile at all,
but generating the list is simple, this command will output
all the sunxi defconfig files:
grep -rl ARCH_SUNXI configs